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Suspected cocaine brick found in Quezon province

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Sep. 15, 19 | 10:35 am

A brick of suspected cocaine weighing at least one kilo was found in the shoreline of Jomalig town, Quezon province.

It was around 5 a.m. last Saturday when a certain Jose Mercado found a brown package wrapped with a packing tape along the shore in Barangay Apad, an inquirer.net report said.

The suspected brick of cocaine was immediately turned over to the police.

Maj. Elizabeth Capistrano, Quezon police public information chief, told inquirer.net that if confirmed that the finding is cocaine, it could be worth P5 million in the streets based on the prevailing price of P5 million per kilo.

There had been several findings of cocaine in Quezon since February, prompting authorities to closely monitor the province particularly the island municipalities of Polillo, Burdeos, Panukulan, Jomalig and Patnanungan, all facing the Pacific Ocean, to prevent the entry of illegal contraband particularly illegal drugs.

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